US Open: Swiatek books spot in the final with victory over Sabalenka

US Open: Swiatek books spot in the final with victory over Sabalenka

Iga Swiatek will have a chance to win her third career grand slam after defeating Aryna Sabalenka 3-6 6-1 6-4 in a gutsy come-from-behind win in Thursday’s semi-final.

Ryan Giggs to face a re-trial over domestic violence charges

Ryan Giggs to face a re-trial over domestic violence charges

Ryan Giggs will go on trial for a second time after a judge ruled he is to face a re-trial on domestic violence charges.

Guardiola adamant Man City cannot solely rely on Haaland heroics

Guardiola adamant Man City cannot solely rely on Haaland heroics

Pep Guardiola appreciates having Erling Haaland’s “special quality” at his disposal but is adamant Manchester City will not win the Champions League by relying solely on the Norwegian.

Nadal puts first grand slam defeat in over a year down to ‘bad match’

Nadal puts first grand slam defeat in over a year down to ‘bad match’

Rafael Nadal put his first grand slam defeat for more than a year down to a “bad match” as he was stunned by American Frances Tiafoe in the fourth round of the US Open.

Man Utd’s Rashford and Antony end Arsenal’s perfect start

Man Utd’s Rashford and Antony end Arsenal’s perfect start

Marcus Rashford hit a double after Antony’s debut strike as Manchester United ended Arsenal’s unbeaten start to the season with a 3-1 win at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Nadal defeats Gasquet to move to US Open fourth round

Nadal defeats Gasquet to move to US Open fourth round

Rafael Nadal avoided any more on-court mishaps as he defeated Richard Gasquet for the 18th consecutive time to move through to the fourth round of the US Open.

Serena Williams bids tennis emotional farewell after US open defeat

Serena Williams bids tennis emotional farewell after US open defeat

Serena Williams waved an emotional goodbye to tennis after a third-round loss to Ajla Tomljanovic at the US Open.

German government reaches deal with victims of 1972 Munich massacre

German government reaches deal with victims of 1972 Munich massacre

After decades of legal wrangling over compensation after the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre, the German government has reached an agreement with victims’ families, government spokesperson Steffen Hebestreit said on Wednesday in Berlin.

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